Affirmative Writing

af·firm
əˈfərm/
verb
 
  1. 1.
    state as a fact; assert strongly and publicly.

 

Sometimes we get caught up in the circumstances of things, focusing primarily on only what we can see right before us. Often times, that can leave us feeling alone and discouraged. Affirmative writing focuses on the possibility outside of situations and circumstances. Truly knowing that life is conspiring for our greatest good. This does not mean we deny what is going on  however, it does means that circumstances don’t define me. My past does not proceed me and I have dominion over my thoughts. I choose the perspective that I I will have. In every single moment, I am free to choose or choose again.

When I affirm my good and focus on my vision, I invite a new or different perspective. 

Each affirmation below has a significant meaning and signifies strength,  purpose and conscious choice making.

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